Sunday, October 16, 2011

Another little FREEBIE!

I am on a "ROLL" here.... I LOVE this time of year and Halloween has to be one of my favorite holidays to celebrate.  Of course, I celebrate the "CUTE, FUN and YUMMY" stuff not the scary stuff.  I have been making a Halloween Unit and since my little special kinders need SO MUCH Fine Motor skills, I thought I would make a Halloween Trace the line page and Scissor Skills page.  My kiddos are so low academically this year that we need to practice these skills everyday.  I have a few that can write their names but my Non-verbal kiddos still cannot hold a writing tool with a pincer grasp.  They are still using the fist grasp.  Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither were my Kinders!  We are plugging along!  Thought some of you could use this for a "fill-in" when they finished their work faster than the others.  No matter what skills you have, you can always "Fine Tune" the ones you got!  At least that is what I tell my students! Enjoy!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bVfGTNWRuLFAshXXqeSzxdvIICId0UNZVHAYdqhdaWc/edit?hl=en_US



I don't know why I have such difficulty posting on here.  Sometimes it will post the picture and sometimes it will not.  Also I notice when googledocs downloads my documents, they appear smaller.  ANY HELP FROM THE DOWNLOAD GURU'S would be so appreciated!  :-)

3 comments:

Kristin said...

I stopped using Google Docs and started using Scribd. The only thing I'm unsure of is that I think my docs on Scribd are accessible by anyone. But since I'm sharing for free anyway, I don't really care. :) I think Scribd is WAY easier than google docs and I haven't had a problem yet. I have no idea how to "embed" a document but I just save my document as a JPEG and insert it into my posting that way. I hope this helps a little bit!
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

kjohnson4 said...

Thank you for sharing this! I agree, you can never have too much practice with these things, especially with this age/skill level! Enjoy the Halloween season:-D

Class Full of Speical Kinders said...

Wow... so sweet to get comments! I love it! Thank you ladies. @Kristin, thank you for the advice. I am heading over to Scribd right now to check it out.

Thank you again!

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